BY BRIGIT HARVEY
"Late at night in a dark church basement, Nerris Nassiri, the assistant director, had the challenge of working on one of the most difficult scenes during the HOOLIGAN Theatre Company’s rehearsal.
The first-year undeclared student shut off all of the lights and had second-year undeclared student Nathan Galovan menacingly accuse each of the actors of murder, with the intent of inspiring realistic reactions in the cast.
The group of students will present Agatha Christie’s murder mystery “And Then There Were None” in Kerckhoff Grand Salon starting Friday. Second-year American literature and culture student Gina Salerno said that she is excited to perform despite the short five weeks of preparation.
'And Then There Were None' was adapted for the stage in 1943 and has received recognition by international audiences ever since. The play tells the story of 10 people, all of them trying to hide a dark past. Invited to a lone mansion on Soldier Island by a man who fails to appear, they are isolated from everything except each other and the dark riddle that predicts the imminent death awaiting each of them."
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